(Hello Africa) Chinese language mastery unlocks opportunities for S. Sudanese youths-Xinhua

(Hello Africa) Chinese language mastery unlocks opportunities for S. Sudanese youths-Xinhua

Mary Angela, a 34-year-old South Sudanese nurse, is seen after attending the medical Chinese language lessons at Juba Teaching Hospital in South Sudan, May 19, 2021. (Photo by Denis Elamu/Xinhua) Since the inauguration of the Chinese language learning and cultural exchange program in July 2021, many South Sudanese youth enrolling in language classes have realized … Read more

Feel Good Friday: Center for International Students and Scholars hosts international dance workshop and coffee hour on Nigerian culture

Feel Good Friday: Center for International Students and Scholars hosts international dance workshop and coffee hour on Nigerian culture

An Interview with International Dance Lessons Organizers and Participants International Dance Lessons’ Bollywood Dance Workshop was held in the CISS 202 on Friday, Nov. 18 from 4-5 pm During the lessons, participants could learn diverse international dances in a fun way. The event was organized by two current Ph.D. students, Snehaa Ray and Ranjana Burman. … Read more

Valley Center school district cancels classes due to threats following incident at basketball game

Valley Center school district cancels classes due to threats following incident at basketball game

WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) – Update Tuesday night: The Valley Center school district is canceling classes for tomorrow (Wednesday) due to threats that followed an incident at a basketball game. The district issued the following statement from Superintendent Dr. Cory Gibson in a note to families in the district. USD 262 families: Out of an abundance … Read more

Korean Language Class: Level I (Mondays, Spring 2023)

Asia Society Texas members enjoy discounted tickets for this program, as well as many other benefits! Join or Renew Online Are you ready a member? Log in to access members-only pricing! Log In Now Registration and schedule Monday, January 9 – May 22, 20235:30–8:30 p.m | Instructor: Eunkyung BackRegister for Monday Classes Tuesday, January 10 … Read more

Arts & Sciences Council discusses proposal to amend foreign language requirement for students with disabilities

The Arts & Sciences Council heard a proposal to alter the foreign language requirement for students with disabilities that prevent them from taking language classes on Thursday. It also heard from the Trinity College Office of Technology Services regarding Duke’s shift to Canvas from Sakai. Professor of Physics Joshua Socolar, chair of the council, said … Read more

Specialized Spanish classes provide unique training opportunities | News

JONESBORO — El Centro Hispano has been offering Spanish classes for about 20 years, and the impact on the community continues to grow. Included in specialized classes, the center has been doing Law Enforcement Training Academy (LETA) classes for the past three years, according to El Centro Hispano Operations Specialist Carolina Elmore. Elmore said that … Read more

OBITUARY: Robert Geniesse | Boca Beacon

Robert John Geniesse died peacefully at age 93 on November 17 at home on Fishers Island, NY with his family by his side. Born September 16, 1929 in Appleton, Wis., Bob grew up in Winnetka, Ill. With his mother Rhoda, a successful executive at the Chicago department store Chas A. Stevens. She and his father, … Read more

Salem-Keizer testing new elementary school health curriculum

Members of the public can view a new elementary school health curriculum being considered for adoption in the Salem-Keizer School District early next year. Seven district elementary schools have been piloting “The Great Body Shop” this fall. Those schools are Bush, Kalapuya, Grant, Sumpter, Yoshikai, Clear Lake and the district’s all-online EDGE program. What’s covered … Read more

Unemployment in Va. may be down, but teacher anxiety goes up amid continuing shortage

WAYNESBORO — Statewide, more teachers are leaving and fewer are entering the classroom according to a November report from the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission issued to Gov. Glenn Youngkin and the General Assembly. In that report 94% of school divisions in Virginia surveyed said they are having more difficulty recruiting teachers now than … Read more